|Waring's Pennsylvanians Stack O Lee 1923 - musicrestorer|
Keywords: Fred Waring Waring's Pennsylvanians
|ALARM ! TV SHOW - Al Martin|
This episode of the firefighting series presents a dramatic recreation of that horrific night of November, 1942, when nearly 500 people died in the Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire in Boston
Keywords: Alarm; classic TV; Fred Waring
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|We're on our way (infantry song) - Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II|
Decca # 72200 23345-A Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians and Alfred Drake-Glee club-baritone and orchestra-undated (early 1940's)
Keywords: brrc; Fred Waring; Alfred Drake; infantry
|Record Research 116 - Dinosaur Discs|
Issue 116 of Record Research magazine, published May 1972.Fred Waring Special IssueWaring's Pennsylvanians: Orchestra Incomparable - R.E.M. GottliebFederal 12000 Series - Anthony RotanteEdisonia - Ray WilePlaza 5000 Series Cont. - Carl Kendziora
Keywords: Record Research; 78rpm; Fred Waring
|The Fred Waring Show - 8 October 1950|
An episode of "The Fred Waring Show". This variety show is a mixed bag. The highlight is the fun and entertaining "Autumn in New York" sequence (sadly with some sprocket-hole damage). The low-point is the entire second-half, which recreates a turn-of-the-century minstrel show. It's embarrassing, but even if I were to ignore the out-dated blackface, it just plain isn't funny. Painfully corny. Then again maybe you'll like it...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Minstrel Show; Blackface; Corny; General Electric; GE; Old; Black and White; WTF; Questionable; Music; Fred Waring
Downloads: 1,070 (2 reviews)
|PMB099 We All Scream: Emil Richards, Ice Cream Truck, John Carpenter, The Lyons Maid Revue, Eilert Pilarm, Barry Gray, John Baker, Lorraine Bowen, Fred Waring, Hugo Blanco y su Conjunto (07/10/2012) - Project Moonbase|
With this being show 99, what better theme to adopt than that of ice cream! For those non-UK residents not able to make the connection: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/99_Flake So every track on the show this week has a lovely soft whipped theme, covering everything from John Carpenter to a Swedish Elvis Impersonator and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, not forgetting to mention a contribution from friend of the show, Lorraine Bowen...
Keywords: project moonbase; retro; futuristic; retro-futuristic; podcast; emil richards; ice cream truck; john carpenter; the lyons maid revue; eilert pilarm; barry gray; john baker; lorraine bowen; fred waring; hugo blanco y su conjunto; ice cream; radiophonic workshop
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; WWII; Date With The Duke; Spike Jones; Frances Langford; Charlie Ruggles; Duffys Tavern; Jinx Falkenbur; At Ease; Martha Mears; Comedy Caravan; Gary Moore; Jimmy Durante; Bob Hope; Edward Everett Horton; Kollege Of Musical Knowledge; Kaye Kyser; Mail Call; Dinah Shore; Victor Borge; Johnny Mercer; Raymond Scott; Fred Waring; One Night Stand; Billy Bishop; Melody Roundup; Bill Boyd; Lum and Abner; Jimmy Wakely; Spotlight Bands; Les Brown; Doris Day; Frankie Masters; Bobby Sherwood
|The Voice of The Army - WA4CZD|
The Voice of the Army was produced by the U.S. Army Recruiting Publicity Bureau. Dates are approximate. "Names on the List" was written by Cpl. Jacques Finke and Cpl. Donald Agger, and won an Ohio State Citation in 1945. 1944-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 213 Names on the List Helen Hayes.mp3 1944-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 214 Hospital Train Helen Hayes.mp3 1945-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 269 Report Number B-129 Frank Lovejoy.mp3 1946-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 303 Killroy Was Here Arnold ...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; Old Time Radio; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Bill Stern; Ethel Smith; Bob Thomas; Hugh Herbert; Hal McIntyre; Fred Waring; Dorothy Gish; Sonny Tufts; Peggy Ann Garner; Rise Stevens; Arthur Treacher; Margaret Whiting; Nat King Cole; John Dall; Adolph Menjou; John Hodiak; Jimmy Stewart; Alice Marble; Murrow, Edward R., 1908-1965; Milton Cross; Henry Fonda; Gloria Swanson; Robert Sterling; Arlene Francis; De Marco Sisters; Johnny Desmond; Arnold Strang; Tex McCrary; Helen Hayes; Frank Lovejoy; Pat O'brien; WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Recruiting & Enlistment
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|1945-06-05 WNEW Glenn Miller Day Paramount Theatre, NYC, Hour 2|
Various big band, jazz, groups live remote for a War Bond Drive in New York City on "Glenn Miller Day," June 5, 1945. Also includes WNEW news.
Keywords: Big Band; Perry Como; Gil Lamb; Paula Kelly; Diana Lynn; Dean Murphy; The Harmonica Rascals; Eddie Cantor; Count Basie and His Orchestra; Shep Fields; Jo Stafford; Maxine Johnson; Sammy Kaye; Glenn Miller; Gene Krupa; Pearl Bailey; Cab Calloway; Benny Goodman and His Orchestra; Louis Prima and His Orchestra; Tex Beneke; The Modernaires; Fred Waring and His Chorus; Allan Jones; Guy Lombardo; Brian Aherne; Martin Block; Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra; OTR; Bill Bojangles Robinson; Kate Smith; Swing; Four Chicks and Chuck; Marion Hutton; Johnny Johnston; World War II; War Bonds; World War, 1939-1945